Molecular Orbital Theory: Complications
Molecular orbital theory is a manner of predicting the bonds between atoms within molecules. The electrons of the bonding atoms within the molecule are used to fill in a molecular orbital and then predict a bond. However, molecules do not always obey the guidelines set by the MO theory.
Introduction: How MO Works
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Where MO Theory Goes Wrong
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Examples of Where MO Theory Goes Wrong
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